Sembawang Eating House Seafood Restaurant

Sembawang Eating House Seafood Restaurant

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Ratings:
63%   (8 votes)
5 / 8

Sembawang Eating House Seafood Restaurant is a Halal-certified that offers some of the best Chinese cuisines, serving a wide collection of palatable dishes and seafood which they carefully prepared using the finest and freshest ingredients that guaranteed to satisfy and delight your taste buds.Located along Marina Gardens Drive, Sembawang Eating House Seafood Restaurant is just a few minutes away from Marina South Pier MRT Station. It provides a comfortable setting and a welcoming ambience which makes it a great place to dine in and savour every moment together with your family and friends.MUST TRIES: Come and indulge in the pleasure of their delectable dishes such as Fried Golden Scallop, Chicken Siew Mai, Chicken Char Siew Bun, Fried Wanton, Fried Bun and so much more.

Hours:

Daily: 09:30 - 21:30
Closed: Sun

Address:
8 Marina Gardens Drive

Cuisine:
Asian, Chinese, Halal, Local, Seafood, Singaporean



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